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Part 35 - C# Tutorial - Multiple class inheritance using interfaces


Part 35 - C# Tutorial - Multiple class inheritance using interfaces


4 comments:

  1. I think we could do the same without even using the interfaces: Create class A with methods MA, class B with method MB. Create class AB and create new instances of class A and class B inside the AB.

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  2. These C# tutorials are phenominal...I love the way the material is explained in suce a simplified way making it much much much easier to understand..and retain...these videos are simply awesome!!!

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  3. Venkat, thank you for all the excellent videos. Hi I am learning C#...Class AB inherits from interfaces IA and IB whose methods < Amthod() & BMethod() > are not implemented as per rules of Interfaces. When this is the situation.. i am assuming that, objects created(a,b) in class AB are calling methods < Amthod() & BMethod() > from interfaces only not from classes. this is my understanding.
    my Question:.. when this is the situation.. how can it print A and B from classes method Definitions.
    Thank you in advance. Please explain it in more detail way that will help me to proceed further in learning c#

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